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Sasha Grey has an IQ way above the level of genius. For entertainment, she watches the films of Fassbinder, Herzog, Truffaut, Godard, Bertolucci, Mallick amongst other even more obscure artists. She understands the hypocrisy of contemporary morality and has exploited it to become a millionaire. You have every Judd Apatow movie on dvd.
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So, we know a few things about the end of GoT season 3. Jon's story ends with his return to the wall, Robb/Catelyn's ends with the RW, and one of the last events for Tyrion in the season (episode 8) is his marriage to Sansa. So what about the others?
Arya's story will presumably be about her time with the Brotherhood and then the Hound. A logical ending place would be when she leaves the Hound to die and gets on a ship to Braavos.
Dany's story will obviously lead to Mereen, though it's unclear if it and Yunkai will be combined. Obviously we'll see Barristan and Jorah's stories play out. But how will her story end this season?
I'm also unsure of how things will go down for Sansa and Bran, or precisely how Tyrion and Jon's stories will end. Will we see Ygritte die? If the RW is in episode nine, it seems unlikely the purple wedding will be crammed into episode ten.
Once Upon a Time
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This is on Netflix now... Should I watch this?
I'm a giant Lost fan, but... I haven't watched any network shows since. Since Lost, I've been watching Game of Thrones, Homeland, Boardwalk Empire... but no network shows.
Will I like this show, or will it be to corny for me?